Call of Duty Warzone: Patch Notes for the New Update, Notes on Mobile Version

Call of Duty Warzone: Patch Notes for the New Update, Notes on Mobile Version

Call of Duty Warzone players have had access to a new update since the weekend. As can be seen from the patch notes published by Raven Software, with the update, among other things, the developers are playing bug fixes for individual exploits, which meant that players could leave the Verdansk game area and thus gain an unfair advantage.

The developers had already fixed such program errors last week. In addition to other bug fixes, the makers are also addressing various gameplay corrections. The focus is on loot adjustments for Streetsweeper and Hauer 77 on Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

In addition, the new Warzone update makes a number of optimizations for individual weapons. As Raven Software reports in the patch notes, among other things, balancing optimizations for the CR-56 AMAX and FARA 83 are pending.

In the case of the CR-56 AMAX, for example, the minimum damage has been reduced from 32 to 31. With the FARA 83, on the other hand, the headshot multiplier is now 1.35 (previously: 1.5). Changes have also been made to the Bullfrog, PPSh-41 and Streetsweeper. There are also adjustments for various attachments.

The full patch notes with the details of the changes and innovations can be found on the developer’s website.

At the weekend, there were also new indications of a possible Warzone offshoot for Android and iOS. As the website Charlie Intel reports, publisher Activision is currently looking for further developers to work on content enhancements for “CoD Mobile and Warzone”.

They are looking for game designers and programmers, among others. It’s not the first time Activision has mentioned a Warzone for mobile devices: In a job posting in September 2020, the company was looking for an executive producer to work on Warzone features for mobile devices.

At what point in time a possible Warzone offshoot on iOS and Android can be expected remains to be seen. We will keep you up to date in our news area.

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